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Chapter 02 Pharm

Administration of Drugs

The Five +1 Rights of Drug Administration Right patient Right drug Right dose Right route Right time Right documentaion
Nursing considerations before administering a drug reasons for use general action adverse reations precautions pt's allergy history
Most common occurrence of errors Insulin and heparin
Drug errors include..... wrong dose wrong drug incorrect dosage of drug wrong route incorrect time given
Subcutaneous route upper arms, uppper abdomen, upper back
Intramuscular route deltoid, ventrogluteal, dorogluteal, vastus lateralis
z-track prevents backflow of drug into the SC tissue
Created by: molliejae